Meet our Operations and Administration Staff
Tina Hall, Director of Operations
Tina volunteered with Phuket Has Been Good To Us Foundation for several months before joining the staff full-time as Director of Operations. She has worked for a number of not for profit organizations in both England and Australia. Tina has a BA (Hons) in Business Studies and Marketing from the University of East London and has worked for over 15 years in event and office management. She is committed to ensuring that the Foundation's vision of providing a better future for the children of Phuket is fulfilled. You will find Tina at the Foundation's office in Kamala during the week. On Monday - Thursday afternoons between 3.50pm and 4.40pm she is at Kamala School at the Coconut Club with the residential students.
Graham Haslam, Events and Fundraising
Graham has lived in Phuket for over 7 years during which time he has been a dedicated volunteer with Phuket Has Been Good To Us. He organised Phuket’s first charity Pro-Am golf tournament to raise funds for the Foundation and currently, he is often the MC on pub quizzes and auctions held for the foundation.
He hopes that he can help to raise much-needed funds for the Foundation through his passion for golf and contacts he makes on the 19th hole!
Arporn Nortip, Office Administrator
Arporn is a local Thai and lives in Phuket near Kamala. She joined the Foundation in July 2013 and brings a wealth of experience to the Administration position. She has a University degree and has spent many years as a teacher and as ground service staff and sales manager in the airline industry.
She is appreciative of the staff, the teachers, and the volunteers who come from all over the world and work hard to help the underprivileged Thai children in having a better quality of life. Once she was aware of this, she decided she wanted to help in the best way possible. Her position is to support the overseas staff and to translate Thai to English and English to Thai when necessary, and do office administration work.
Juliana Wood, Office Fellow, Human Resources and Donor Relations
Juliana joined the Foundation full time in April 2018. She is from the Cayman Islands but lived in the United Kingdom for almost 5 years where she completed her undergraduate studies in Law and Accounting & Finance then did a postgraduate in Commercial Law. Juliana has always been fond of charitable work as she embarked on missionary and volunteering trips around Central and South America since the age of 9. She has always had a burning desire to travel the world and make a difference to our global underprivileged community.
Through the Foundation, Juliana is hoping to make a positive and long-term difference through the power of education. In her spare time Juliana enjoys admiring the beautiful backdrop of hills and jungle against the blue Andaman Sea and visiting elephant sanctuaries around the island.